Healthcare Computing 2007 EXHIBITION

Healthcare Computing 2007 Conference & Exhibition
19-21 March 2007
Harrogate, Yorkshire, UK
Entering its 24th year in 2007, the Event has long been established as the event for decision makers in the healthcare IT sector. HC is the event for everyone who has a stake in healthcare information management in the NHS and private healthcare sector.

By attending, visitors and delegates gain the confidence that they are up to date with the latest developments in the modernisation of care delivery and with the products, solutions and services needed to deliver change.

You can participate in the event as:

    A visitor
    The exhibition is free. Please register to attend the exhibition.
  • An exhibitor
    Please see the exhibitor zone for information on exhibiting.
  • A conference delegate
    Conference registration (fee payable) includes the exhibition. Please see the conference pages for information on the conference.

The annual HC exhibition enables you to:

  • Find new ways of working from the wide range of information management solutions, tools and services for healthcare and socialcare;
  • Explore exciting and innovative new technologies and devices;
  • Learn how others have developed better ways of delivering their services at the case history sessions; and
  • Network with colleagues and your counterparts in other care-provider organisations.

Whatever your need - for ICTs, knowledgebases, information and advice, or to network with colleagues - you're most likely to find it at the HC2007 exhibition.

For further information, please visit:
http://www.healthcare-computing.co.uk/hc2007/exhibition/

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